Scholarship at The Law School Admission Council


Scholarship at The Law School Admission Council

Degree Type
United States
Level of Funding
Partial Funding
The Law School Admission Council provides fee waiver program available for law school candidates who cannot afford to pay for the LSAT and the Credential Assembly Service. This program is part of our mission to reduce barriers for determined law school applicants.

The basic criterion for receiving a waiver is the absolute inability to pay for the LSAT and Credential Assembly Service (CAS). Only those with extreme need should apply.

You must:

be a US, Canadian, or Australian citizen; or
be a US national; or
be a permanent resident alien of the United States with an Alien Registration Receipt Card (I–151 or I–551); or
have been granted deferred action under Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA); or
have applied for deferred action under DACA; or
be a permanent resident of Canada; or
be a refugee in Canada.
You will need to fill out a fee waiver application and provide supporting tax forms and other documentation, as requested by LSAC.

Each approved LSAC fee waiver will waive the following fees:

two LSATs (test dates must fall within the two-year fee waiver period);
one LSAT Writing™;
one CAS registration, which includes the Letter of Recommendation Service and access to electronic applications for all LSAC-member law schools; and
four CAS Law School Reports (available only after final approval of an LSAC fee waiver).

Please visit this opportunity web page for more details